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2nd Quarter of 2020 Newsletter!  All issues can be found in the City of Hallsville Ordinance link under Misc. Documents!

2020 2nd Quarter Newsletter


To view parking ordinances for the City of Hallsville please view the City Ordinances at https://www.ecode360.com/29869205


The Library-To-Go lockers and book drop are now in their new location at Prenger Foods.  You can once again select “Hallsville Library-To-Go” as your preferred pick-up location when you place holds for library materials from Daniel Boone Regional Library. Library-To-Go is a system of individual lockers that allows you to pick up requested library books, CDs, DVDs and audiobooks using your library card. You can register for a library card online at www.dbrl.org/library-card-application


Hallsville Municipal Court has been transferred to the Boone County Circuit Court. Municipal court date is the second Tuesday after the first Monday each month at 9:00 a.m. at the Boone County Courthouse located at 705 East Walnut, Columbia, MO (unless otherwise ordered). Fine payments may not be accepted any earlier than 15 days from the issue date of the ticket. Mailing address for tickets: Boone County Clerk 705 E. Walnut St., Columbia, MO 65201. Forms of payment allowed include cash, Cashier Check, Money Order, pay by web if case is disposed through https://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/base/welcome.do or by credit card by calling the Circuit Clerk at 573-886-4025 or 886-4026.


The Municipal Code for the City of Hallsville is Now Available – at Your Fingertips!

As part of the City’s overall efforts to improve services to our citizens, the City has put its complete municipal code online. No more thumbing through paper documents or having to trek to the City Hall to find the information you need.

Look for the link in City of Hallsville Ordinances above.  All you have to do is enter a keyword or two and within seconds your search results will quickly locate the information you need.

If you have any questions or need assistance, email us at cityhall@hallsvillemo.org or there are instructions under the above link also.


Hallsville City Hall
P.O. Box 170
202 Hwy. 124 East
Hallsville, MO 65255-0170
Office: 573-696-3885
Fax: 573-696-0605
Monday – Friday, 8-12 and 1-5
Click here to email the city.

The City of Hallsville, Missouri was incorporated as a fourth class city in 1957.  The 2010 census puts the growing population at 1491.The city is run by a Mayor/Board of Alderman/City Administrator form of government. The Mayor is elected at large for a two year term. The Mayor is the official head of the City but can only vote on matters in the event of a tie.

The City Council members are elected from wards. The city has 2 members from 2 wards. Ward I is all the land lying north of Ricketts Road and North Street and then continues north of Highway 124 E and Highway OO.  Bertie Avenue splits the wards.  Ward II is all the land in the City lying south of Ricketts Road and North Street and south of Highway 124 E and Highway OO.  The City Council is the policy making body of the City government.

The City of Hallsville has 3 major departments: City Clerk’s Office, Police Department and Public Works Department.

The civil defense sirens, located at the Community Center on Rt. OO and on Ricketts Road near the water tower, are tested the first Wednesday of each month at noon.  The Baptist Church basement at 115 Elizabeth is the Tornado/Emergency Shelter place to go in the event of an emergency.

City Elected & Appointed Officials


Logan Carter – mayor@hallsvillemo.org

Board of Alderman

WARD 1  – ward1@hallsvillemo.org (both Ward 1 Aldermen will receive your email)
Trynton Roberts
Carli Carmack

WARD 2ward2@hallsvillemo.org (both Ward 2 Aldermen will receive your email)
Tony Lindsay
Richard Hicks

Department Heads

Police Chief – Bryan Schultz – chief@hallsvillemo.org
City Administrator/City Clerk – Kenyetta Ridgway-Sample – cityhall@hallsvillemo.org
Public Works Superintendent – Dan McCaleb – publicworks@hallsvillemo.org
City Attorney – John Whiteside 
City Prosecutor
– Matt Quetsch

The Board of Aldermen currently meet on the second Monday of each month at City Hall at 7:00 p.m.

City Advisory Boards

Park Board
Nine member board which oversees and sets goals for the park system.

Planning & Zoning Commission
Seven member board which consists of the Mayor, one Alderman and five citizens at large. The Commission reviews and recommends action to the City Council on rezoning requests as well as future planning and annexation.

Planning & Zoning Board of Adjustments
Five member citizen board that hears appeals of the Planning and Zoning Ordinances seeking variances or conditional use permits.